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software OS4   SDK Browser v2.0.0.100 released to registered owners
  software OS4 posted by JamieKrueger on 9-Dec-2016 5:11:23 (336 reads)
Hello Everyone,

I am pleased to announce that the
first new release of the SDK Browser for AmigaOS4 in 10 years,
is now available for immediate download by all registered owners.

[Link to full size screenshot]

Version is a Release Candidate for the upcoming
SDK Browser v2.1.0.0,
which is intended to go public before Christmas this year.

This new version contains several important updates over the last public release (v1.6.0.0).
One of the most significant updates is the move to using newer style AmigaDOS API calls for
all file scanning and directory browsing functions, which now means that the SDK Browser
fully supports 64-BIT filesystems and hence very large drives.

Here is a brief overview of new features found in v2:
o Updated and built for the latest AmigaOS4 SDK
o Tested under AmigaOS4.1 FE [Update 1]
o Support for 64-BIT Filesystems
o New (STRUCT)ure browsing
o User settable Fonts and displayed Tab lengths
o Dynamic target screen selector
o Mouse Wheel Variable Acceleration Mode
o Enhanced user preference settings
o New "Find Files (in dir)"
o New "Search (in Search Results)"
o New "Open in File Browser"
o New "Open in Workbench window..."
o More...

For more information, visit

** SPECIAL NOTE to all registered owners of either the SDK Browser
or the AVD Suite: If you have not already received a direct email
about this release, please contact me at:
to update your contact information. Thanks.

Best Regards,

Jamie Krueger
BITbyBIT Software Group LLC

Events   AmiCamp #5 - 10-11 December
  Events posted by walkero on 5-Dec-2016 9:13:47 (174 reads)
AmiCamp #5, the Amiga event for all the Greek Amiga User, will take place in Athens - Greece on Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th of December. It will be open to the public and all the Amiga enthusiasts who keep using and having fun with their Amigas, especially the Next Generation ones.

Visitors will have the chance to watch presentations about the major operating systems (AmigaOS 4, MorphOS). Computers such as AmigaOne X1000, AmigaOne 500, Pegasos II will be available among the best Classic Amiga models, which they can use and test. The gaming will also be part of the event, as well, and a SWOS competition will take place.

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software OS4   MKShare Released On AmiStore
  software OS4 posted by broadblues on 3-Dec-2016 12:31:01 (989 reads)

I'm really pleased to announce that MKShare is finaly ready for public release and available to download from AmiStore for just Ł5.00 (plus VAT).

MKShare enables you to seamlessly share your mouse, keyboard and clipboard between several AmigaOS computers, reducing desk clutter and avoiding the need for KVM switches which are often reported problematic with Amiga based systems.

For your Ł5.00 you will get the MKShareServer which runs on the central computer with the mouse and keyboard attached and the MKShareClient with runs on up to 4 client computers. As additional bonus you get a FREE MKShareClient68k which enable you to control an a1200 with networking or perhaps a WinUAE based amiga too.

Unlike systems like synergy a low level protocol is used that mimics the behaviours of input device with packets closely matched to the underlying event messages, giving a smooth amigalike feeeling to the remote mouse. You can hardly tell it not a 'real mouse'. In most cases lag is minimal, the exception being when the server of client are under very heavy CPU mode.

I've been using MKShare between my SAM Flex and my X1K and it honestly feels like one machine with two monitors!

MKShare also has the abilty to reconnect if the client of server is rebooted


Software News   Ask Me Up XXL 2.7.0 released
  Software News posted by Glames on 4-Dec-2016 16:32:51 (161 reads)
Ask Me Up XXL 2.7.0, the quiz of general knowledge, is now available for AmigaOS 4.1, MorphOS and Windows computers. Play alone and share your high scores with the wider world or play simultaneously with five players, it's up to you!

What's new:
- Translations / New German translations added (76% done)
- Translations / English, Swedish and French translations improved.
- Questions / Some questions ("Celebrities" and "Entertainment" themes) have been updated.
- Home / The add-ons of new questions are now also displayed.
AmigaOS 4/MorphOS related:
- Home / The list of add-ons was no longer displayed after selecting an option item: fixed.
- User / Quiz / The player creation by the mouse could sometimes not work: fixed.
  3 comments | Read more News   REV'n'GE! #68 News posted by Seiya on 2-Dec-2016 17:54:11 (89 reads)
REV'n'GE! is a fanzine that review games on vintage platforms.
In this issue you can read two interesting reviews like:

Ambermoon, the second chapter of Amber Trilogy
Heart of the Alien, a Sega Mega CD games ported to Amiga

  Post comment News   Bil Herd at World of Commodore 2016 News posted by Amigoat on 29-Nov-2016 18:31:17 (84 reads)
TPUG is pleased to announce that former Commodore engineer, Bil Herd, will be attending and speaking at this year’s World of Commodore! Bil was head engineer on the Commodore C128 and TED series machines.

This year World of Commodore will be a 2 day event - Saturday Dec 3 and Sunday Dec 4.

For more information see

For a list of presenters see

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News   Amiga Future monthly News October/November 2016
  News posted by AndreasM on 29-Nov-2016 13:30:17 (117 reads)
Amiga Future 123 Member-Preview online

From today and applying to all Amiga Future 1-Year-Subscribers you can find in the Member's Part of the Webpage the online Preview and Reading try-outs of Amiga Future magazine - Issue 123.

Amiga Future 123 Member-CD-Cover online

From today, and available online to all Amiga Future 1-Year-Subscribers, in the Member-Part of the Webpage are the CD Covers of Amiga Future magazine - Issue 123, so you can download them, and print them out if you wish to save you from cutting out those pages from our beloved magazine.

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News   Commodore Free issue 95 on-line
  News posted by RobertB on 27-Nov-2016 1:11:40 (251 reads)
Available to download is the new version of Commodore Free, issue 95.

Commodore Free Magazine
Issue 95
Free-to-download magazine dedicated to Commodore computers.
Available as PDF, ePUB, MOBI, HTML, TXT, SEQ and D64 disk image.
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software OS4   BOH update17 released
  software OS4 posted by saimo on 21-Nov-2016 12:04:44 (363 reads)
BOH update17 released
Ferrazzano, Italy - November 21, 2016


After more than two months of hard work, BOH gets yet another free update!
More specifically, this update:
* adds 17 new missions (5 very easy, 8 easy, 4 average);
* improves 43 missions by means of new/revised hints, little changes to the layouts, and other changes;
* marks training missions with a dedicated icon;
* adds the remote control icon to the HUD;
* adds graphics interpolation to enemy sprites;
* improves some graphics and shooting sound effects;
* adds specific sound effects to the theme "C64";
* renames some missions and most themes;
* reworks the manuals entirely;
* reworks the soundtrack artwork entirely;
* allows to run the game on Windows 10 as a normal user (due to changes in the Windows files handling policy, it had become necessary to run the game as administrator);
* fixes the resetting of the timer due to the focus loss auto-pause when the game was already paused;
* applies various other changes/optimizations.

Moreover, BOH has a home on

IndieGameStand and AmiStore customers can download the updated version from the respective store (please note that it might take a while before the new version appears). All the other customers can download it from after getting their key from<code> (where <code> is the personal copy code).

The update is performed by installing the new version over the old one using the supplied installer.

  5 comments | Read more News   AMIcast - Episode 18 - Amibian - Amiga goes Raspberry Pi News posted by radzik on 22-Nov-2016 20:39:56 (275 reads)
Hello and welcome! Now is time for next great episode od AMIcast. Numer 18 with guys behind Amibian project. This means: Raspberry Pi goes Amiga. :)

My guests are Gunnar Kristjánsson and Thomas Navarro Garcia. We are talking about Amiga on Raspberry Pi. My guest explained why Raspberry Pi could be a future of Amiga instead of very expensive AmigaOS. Topics are also how to find new blood for Amiga if really Raspberry Pi can be only one computer at home, why is PowerPC not so good option for Amiga, can you can you develop only on Raspberry Pi, is it possible to use Linux software on Amibian? Raspberry Pi can handle AmigaOS 3.9 with hires graphics.
Beside of this guys have a very good sense of humor.

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